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BLM Gathering Burros from Nevada's Pahrump Valley

The BLM says the burros pose a safety hazard on area roadways and have caused private property damage. Read More

No New VS Cases Reported in Colorado in Last Week

Twenty-six Colorado premises remain under quarantine after animals tested positive for vesicular stomatitis (VS). Read More

Helpful Tips on Caring for Senior Horses This Winter

From joint health to hoof care and nutrition to dental issues, learn how to help your old horse conquer the cold. Read More

LSU Vets Successfully Treat Equine Coronavirus Case

Vets at Louisiana State University (LSU) have treated the first case of equine coronavirus reported in Louisiana. Read More

BLM Approves Third Ecosanctuary for Off-Range Wild Horses

The new ecosanctuary will be located in Lander, Wyoming, with horses arriving as early as the spring of 2015. Read More

Belgium's Ingmar De Vos Elected FEI President

De Vos was elected by an overwhelming majority in the first round of voting, earning 98 votes out of a possible 131. Read More

Second Saddle Research Trust Conference Held in England

Researchers examined, discussed, and debated the latest research on saddle-related welfare and performance issues. Read More

Australian Veterinarians Welcome New Biosecurity Bills

The bills are designed to strengthen measures to better manage the risk of disease entering and spreading in Australia. Read More

Researchers Identify Signs a Painful Donkey is Improving

Scientists behind a new study have identified behavior changes donkeys show when they experience pain relief. Read More

New Bolton Center Recognizes National Day of the Horse

The resolution encourages Americans to be mindful of horses' contribution to the U.S. economy, history, and character. Read More

BIVI Announces 2015 Equine Research Award Winners

Five researchers will each receive a grant of $15,000 to study equine infectious diseases during 2015. Read More

CANTER USA Principal Awarded AAEP Lavin Cup

Robbie Timmons' vision has helped place more than 20,000 Thoroughbred ex-racehorses into new homes since 1997. Read More

Knowles Receives Inaugural AAEP Research Award

Dr. Donald Knowles confirmed that imidocarb dipropionate eliminates T. equi from horses with piroplasmosis. Read More

Hancock Receives AAEP's George Stubbs Award

Dell Hancock is the chair of the Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation. Read More

Texas A&M Professor to Lead the AAEP in 2015

G. Kent Carter, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM, installed as president; R. Reynolds Cowles, DVM, has been installed as vice president. Read More

AAEP Installs New Treasurer, Board of Directors Members

Drs. Jack Easley, Rob Franklin, Vivian Freer, and Katherine Garrett will serve in their new roles until 2017. Read More

Theriogenologist Honored with Distinguished Educator Award

Terry Blanchard, DVM, Dipl. ACT, received the AAEP 2014 Distinguished Educator (Academic) Award. Read More

AAEP Past-President Receives Distinguished Life Member Award

Terry Swanson, DVM, received the award for his leadership and volunteerism during his 46 years as an AAEP member. Read More

AAEP 'On Call' Spokesmen Receive Distinguished Service Award

The award honors Larry Bramlage, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVS, and Wayne McIlwraith, BVSc, PhD, DSc, FRCVS, Dipl. ACVS, ACVSMR. Read More

EQUUS Foundation Awards 2014 Research Fellows

Liara Gonzalez, DVM, Dipl. ACVS, and Elaine Norton, DVM, MS, received the 2014 EQUUS Foundation Research Fellows. Read More

2014 AAEP Foundation Past Presidents' Research Fellow

Emma Adam, BVetMed, MRCVS, Dipl. ACVIM, ACVS, is researching articular cartilage repair of degenerative joint disease. Read More

AAEP Foundation, Markel Award Scholarships to Vet Students

Eight equine veterinary students received $2,500 scholarships from the AAEP Foundation and Markel. Read More

Saylor Joins Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation Board

Thoroughbred owner and businessman Paul Saylor has been elected to the board of directors. Read More

TVMDL Breaks Ground on State-of-the-Art Facility

The construction phase is projected to last approximately 18 months and is scheduled to begin in spring 2015. Read More

New Laminitis Research Projects on the Horizon

Topics include diet's impact on senior and obese horses' microbiota, and predisposition to pasture-associated laminitis. Read More